This beer is good stuff. Molasses and stone fruit flavors are balanced by strawberries and a malty buckwheat honey. It’s both sweet and sour.
“It seems as if lots of folks who have gluten-tolerance issues are pining for an interesting beer,” Dogfish founder and president Sam Calagione told us. “While there are a few well-made examples that mirror traditional beer styles, there aren’t any off-centered offerings.”
Enter Tweason’ale. This beer is a joy for the millions of Americans who suffer from Celiac disease can cut back on gluten while relishing the distinction of this very special brew. Click to continue reading »